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Cisco Backs Loggly; Watch Out VMware
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Lorna Garey
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Lorna Garey,
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9/4/2013 | 3:02:53 PM
re: Cisco Backs Loggly; Watch Out VMware
Wow, $2,600 a month for 50 GBs of data a day? That could add up fast for a larger company in the big data era, and "responsive log management" sounds like APM-lite.
cbabcock
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9/4/2013 | 6:31:39 PM
re: Cisco Backs Loggly; Watch Out VMware
The 3,500 customers number includes users of Loggly's free service, so not all of them are paying customers.How many are paying customers? Oppenheimer declines to divulge that number. His response, "a substantial" share of them, is non-specific. Substantial compared to what?
Drew Conry-Murray
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Drew Conry-Murray,
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9/5/2013 | 12:00:41 AM
re: Cisco Backs Loggly; Watch Out VMware
Cisco and VMware seem to be butting heads at every turn.


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